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the controversy in washington. the federal budget deficit is shrinking faster than anyone expected. the congressional budget office now projects a budget deficit of $642 billion. that's a lot but it is down more than $200 billion from its estimate as recently as february. the smallest deficit sense 2008 which is five years ago. the deficit had been topping $1 trillion every year cynic the recession ended four years ago. they credit the economic recovery, new tax rules and spending cuts with shrinking the deficit. we'll be right back. >>> welcome back to "hardball." may seem hard to believe that you're not experiencing deja vu here, but it happened again now, a military serviceman whose job it is to protect against sexual assault has excused himself of sexual assault. latest case involves a ft. hood sergeant. you won't believe this, i couldn't believe it, into prostitution and for sexually assaulting this guy did apparently charged with two others. the army's not releasing his identity as he has not been charged officially, but get a load of his job title, sexual harassment response
closely here at "all in with chris hayes." >> michigan department of education has just approved a deficit elimination plan for the buena vista school district. >> the district is hopeful that everyone will be back in class as early as this week. >> you heard that right. the buena vista school district will reopen, maybe as soon as friday, and students will finish out the school year, which runs until june 13th. that's because michigan education superintendent mike flanagan finally approved the district's third deficit elimination plan last night, which cleared the way to release state funding. as we first reported last week, then again on monday, buena vista students have not been in school since friday, may 3rd, because the district is out of money and republican rick snyder refused to release $500,000, or .1% of the state's rainy day fund so buena vista schools could reopened. that caused the district to shut the doors on all three schools, send more than 400 schools home, and layoff all 27 of its teachers. when we first covered this story, there was very little movement to resolve the
the less washington will ever deal with our problems. like our deficit problems and, that, you say would be the biggest sin, potentially to come of this, right? >> it is unfortunate this is happening. as one was said when it comes to abuse of presidential power, obama's turning out to be the president that nixon aspired to be. i mean, this is really unfortuuate. neil: on a side note, you mention the nixon thing how does this compare to watergate or what you know of so far? way early in the process but some are citing the oddity of this is all 40 years almost to the day of watergate hearings. >> i was a little kid on capitol hill when all of this developed. neil: sure. >> from day to day you didn't know what was going to, shoe was going to fall next and it spread and it spread and pretty soon it was like a whole scenario. neil: i remember, that was supposed to be a left-wing cabal against a republican president. >> so who knows. this is unfortunate there are huge problems facing the country. none of them is being addressed. a lot of cans are being kicked and the budget is more important.
the full number on security deficits. this is outrageous and senator menendez says we know about benghazi? somebody will puke out there outrageous conduct. [laughter] >> no vomit here in washington d.c. tonight studio number four. lou: maybe you are tougher. >> we have been marinating longer but to your point* the president today was so careful with the artfully crafted all of his theaters were artfully crafted and careful not to blame funding for the attackkin benghazi but mentioning funding a rounded to create the inference. boxer was less careful and when you ask about the ira'she ? he did not answer the question so he was very legalistic. lou: this is moving from a crisis of confidence, it seems to me, directly to a constitutional crisis. this president has lost his credibility. it has been shredded. where are we headed? >> but his ability is to get things done and there is no appetite in washington to get anything done with scandal swirling around the president so beleaguered not he is labor it they and lame in the dock department sooner than later. lou: with that characterization we
bron added 23. the heat erasing 11-point second-half deficit to knock out the chicago bulls in game five. the heat again in the eastern conference finals. they await the winner of the pacers and knicks. the pacers could close that thing up at the garden tonight. >> so it could be the pacers versus memphis? >> potentially, yes. >> that's what you're hoping for. >>> turning to college basketball, rutgers university has announced julie herman as its new athletic director. herman replaces the former a.d. who resigned after a video came out of the school's former men's basketball coach mike rice. >> ow. >> caught on camera hurling basketballs at players and using in a couple cases gay slurs during practice. hermann would be rutgers' first female a.d. she comes from louisville where she served as their athletic director's top deputy. she's got more than 30 years in college athletics but no prior experience as the head of a school's athletic program. >> mike, are there a lot of top program -- >> five. she becomes the fifth in d-1 schools. >> good move. move>> g >>> up next, author, columnist, k
stuff going on. >> brian: right. because the market is going up and the deficit actually went down. >> steve: that's right until for the first time in a long time (you know who else had a surplus? california. >> steve: they still do. from california to texas, and more on that twister out of granbury, texas. this is some of the damage left behind after three big twisters leveled a community built by habitat for humanity. heather nauert standing by with details. >> good morning to you. as we're taking a live look at the pictures, you can see how some homes have been completely devastated, while others seem to not have been touched at all. we are waiting just about 30 minutes from now, officials planning to hold a press conference to update us on the widespread damage outside of dallas. this as we get a better look at the devastation done near there. the violent twisters, one was a mile wide, it completely destroyed houses, hurdling people far from their homes. at least six people are dead and dozens more have been hurt. listen. >> it was loud, very loud, you could just hear things cr
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